TV Series to watch this Christmas

What To Watch Magazine is landing on Christmas day for only 200/=. Included in the magazine is Top 10 TV series for you to watch this December, Top 5 comedies of 2015, scariest movie of the year, review of How to Find a Husband, Cinema guide, GoTV guide, Top 10 movies out this week, New SuperStars of 2015 and much much more…

And with no further delay, here are are the top 10 new and fresh TV Series to watch this Christmas.

  1. Series Name: Into the Badlands, Genre: Martial arts, Season: 1, 5 episodes out.Into-the-Badlands-cast_article_story_large

Story line: “Into the Badlands” is a new futuristic martial-arts saga seeking to appeal to the Kung-Fu audience. The action scenes are good and the story develops and matures as the episodes go on.


  1. Name: Code Black, Genre: Medical drama, Season: 1 Complete, 13 episodes.


Story line: The doctors sure are busy in the “Code Black” emergency room. They’re busy frantically pushing every emotional button they can think of in an unsuccessful effort to make a compelling television drama.


  1. Name: The Expanse, Genre: Space Science Fiction, Season: 1 is just starting, 2 out of 10 episodes out.

The Expanse - Syfy

Story line: Set in a future where humanity has colonized the Solar System, it follows police detective Miller, a ship’s officer, and his crew as they unravel a conspiracy that threatens peace across the System and the survival of humanity.

  1. Name: Hand of God, Genre: Drama/Thriller, Season: 1 complete, 10 episodes.


Story line: A corrupt judge suffers a breakdown and believes God is compelling him onto a path of vigilante justice.


  1. Name: The Coroner, Genre: Detective Drama, Season: 1 Complete, 10 episodes.

    The Coroner
    The Coroner

Story line: Detective Sergeant Davey Higgins who was Kennedy’s childhood sweetheart; together they investigate local deaths.


  1. Name: Marvel’s Jessica Jones, Genre: Female Superhero, Season: 1 Complete, 13 episodes.

Marvel's Jessica Jones

Story line: The mysterious Jessica Jones. When a tragedy puts an the end to her short-lived career as a superhero, Jessica settles in New York City and opens her own detective agency, called Alias Investigations, which seems to be called into cases involving people who have special abilities.


  1. Name: Agent X, Genre: Detective Drama, Season: 1, 7 episodes out, 3 remaining.


Story line: After the death of her husband, Natalie Maccabee (Sharon Stone) runs for office and becomes the first female Vice President. As VP, she learns she has command over Agent X (Jeff Hephner), who can help with drastic calamities when the normal channels of government cannot intercede.


  1. Name: Ash vs Evil, Genre: Horror, Season: 1, 7 episodes out, 3 remaining.


Storyline: Ash is baaaack! Bruce Campbell reprises his “Evil Dead” film role as heroic, chainsaw-handed monster fighter Ash Williams, now an aging lothario who has successfully avoided responsibility, maturity and heinous villains for the past 30 years. Constantly peering over his shoulder, Ash somehow knew that the Evil Dead would return for him.


  1. Name: Blood & Oil, Genre: Soap Opera, Season: 1 complete, 10 episodes.

Blood and Oil

Storyline: Dreaming of moving past their working-class roots and living a better life, Billy and Cody Lefever move to North Dakota, the location of the biggest oil discovery in American history. Billy and Cody soon find themselves pitted against a ruthless oil tycoon named Hap — played by Don Johnson (“Miami Vice”) and marking his return to prime-time TV. Hap forces the young couple to bet big and put everything at risk — including their marriage.


  1. Name: Chicago Med, Genre: Medical Drama, Season: 1 in progress, 4 episodes out.

Chicago Med

Storyline: This series focuses on the emergency room of Gaffney Chicago Medical Center and centers on its doctors as they tackle different tasks every day to save patients’ lives. It intertwines with characters from Chicago Fire and Chicago P.D.

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